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Key West
Postcard circa 1950-1960s

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Great White Heron

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Green Iguana (Iguana iguana)

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Osprey or Sea Hawk (Pandion haliaetus)

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Brown Pelicans (Pelecanus occidentalis)

Gypsy Chickens

They are noisy, underfoot and definitely a colorful addition to Key West's environment. Dubbed gypsy chickens by the locals, these aimless roamers (roosters) are not only a big part of Key West's Cuban and Caribbean history, but add to the off-beat charm of the entire area.

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Species of Surgeonfish

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Spiny Lobsters

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Clownfish are also known as anemonefish

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Lionfish (Pterois volitans)

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Marine Angelfish

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Spiny Lobster

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